Photo from 2019, La Scala Milan

You may have already listened to these performances here, http://www.colinscolumn.com/martha-argerich-plays-robert-schumanns-piano-concerto-with-the-vienna-philharmonic-zubin-mehta-live-austrian-radio-broadcast/, and here, http://www.colinscolumn.com/the-rest-of-the-concert-zubin-mehta-conducts-the-vienna-philharmonic-in-bruckners-fourth-symphony-romantic-1878-81-live-austrian-radio-broadcast/ (each post has some background). Now you can watch. This was the third of five performances of this programme, four in the Musikverein, the final one (21st) in the Konzerthaus, the Vienna Phil itself reported the latter as being “overwhelming”. What follows as videos were captured on the morning of Sunday September the 18th.

Recent Mehta activity includes concerts with the Australian World Orchestra, http://www.colinscolumn.com/australian-world-orchestra-at-sydney-opera-house-zubin-mehta-conducts-richard-strauss-don-juan-till-eulenspiegel-ein-heldenleben-abc-classic-vimeo-livestream/ and http://www.colinscolumn.com/bbc-proms-2022-prom-48-australian-world-orchestra-zubin-mehta-webern-brahms-siobhan-stagg-sings-debussys-ariettes-oubliees-orchestrated-by-brett-dean-live-bbc-radio-3-broadcast/. The Prom remains available to listen to, if only for a few more days (until the 11th I think), and the Sydney concert seems also available to watch, as embedded in my review.